The Robert Burns Ellisland Trust

Robert Burns Ellisland Farm is a farm house set in the idyllic banks of the river Nith and was built by Robert Burns in 1788. Our aim is to keep the knowledge of Ellisland's importance in Burns' life alive as it was here where he wrote his most famous works such as 'Auld Lang Syne' and 'Tam O' Shanter'. Since Covid 19 our events have become a mixture of Online and in person. Currently we are open for tours around the farm with opening hours as found below.

Sunday 11-4

Monday CLOSED

Tuesday 11-4

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday 11-4

Friday 10-2pm

Saturday 11-4

Sunday 11-4

Robert Burns Ellisland Farm is a farm house set in the idyllic banks of the river Nith and was built by Robert Burns in 1788. Our aim is to keep the knowledge of Ellisland's importance in Burns' life alive as it was here where he wrote his most famous works such as 'Auld Lang Syne' and 'Tam O' Shanter'. Since Covid 19 our events have become a mixture of Online and in person. Currently we are open for tours around the farm with opening hours as found below.

Sunday 11-4

Monday CLOSED

Tuesday 11-4

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday 11-4

Friday 10-2pm

Saturday 11-4

Sunday 11-4

Events